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Hello,

I'm looking for a Verlicchi swingarm that was put on the
750cc F1 Santa Monica/Montjuich or Laguna Seca.



This is to install on TT frame - if someone have this in
their garage, I would be grateful :)

tks
André
 

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Yes I know Sassi's products and several other ones in Italy
but I'm more looking after a real one from the 90's marked
Verlicchi on each leg :D, but thank you anyway !

André
 

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hallo,

are the ones in the SS the same?
henk!!!
I henk, yes they are more or less, unfortunately for me on
my TT frame clone the rear footpegs triangle is touching that
ss one (I have one in stock :mad:) and the only one that would
go into my frame is a verlicchi (I also have one on my Santa
Monica :D)

tks anyway

tot ziens !

André
 

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Howdo!!

Think there's one for sale in the classifieds on the Ducatisti.co.uk web site.

Cheers Pablo
Yep Pablo, that's the one :) - I will try tomorrow to call the shop
'cos the email I just drop is coming back with an error

if that one is still available I own you one :yeah:

cheers
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Henk, the later SS arms are different in that the pivot diameter is smaller and the space between the front brace and the case is greater to allow for the exhaust pipe on the reversed rear head. Might be longer too.
 

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The Verlicchi swingarm that was used on the Montjuich, Laguna Seca, and Santa Monica is different from those used on the TT1. The TT1 Swingarm is narrower and uses round tubing for the upper bracing/shock mount instead of the square tubing used on the later bikes.

This is a TT1 swingarm
 

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Henk, the later SS arms are different in that the pivot diameter is smaller and the space between the front brace and the case is greater to allow for the exhaust pipe on the reversed rear head. Might be longer too.
Yes and no :D
it really depends on the year of the ss, some were with the larger pivot dia.
and indeed it's slightly longer

rgds
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The Verlicchi swingarm that was used on the Montjuich, Laguna Seca, and Santa Monica is different from those used on the TT1. The TT1 Swingarm is narrower and uses round tubing for the upper bracing/shock mount instead of the square tubing used on the later bikes.

This is a TT1 swingarm
hi Motobee
Indeed it's different as you mentionned above - for the narrowness
cant tell, I never measure it

is that TT1 swingarm for sale please :rolleyes:

rgds
André
 
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